How are you planning to decorate your house this Halloween? While there are many stores out there offering various readymade Halloween decorations, something is very interesting about Halloween crochet crafts. Crocheting some spooky decor items helps you give a personal touch to your interior decor.

Halloween is a wonderful time to display your crocheting talents with some spooky-themed decorations. From cute pumpkins to horrifying bats and ghosts, there are plenty of Halloween crochet patterns you can make through knitting. However, many people avoid crocheting because they believe it is believed to be complicated but anybody can make some with a little practice.

If you’re looking for some enjoyable and simple Halloween crochet pattern ideas, look no further! Both beginner and seasoned crocheters are covered in our list.

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Crochet Pumpkin Patterns

These tiny cute crocheted pumpkins are ideal for amplifying your Halloween decor. You can create various types of pumpkin designs and even make a cute pumpkin garland or keychain to gift to your guests.

This adorable ribbed crocheted pumpkin will be a unique centerpiece on your coffee table. Tutorial

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It would be fun to make a few crochet pumpkin appliques for decking up your dining table for Halloween. Tutorial

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These Herringbone Pumpkins are best to give a trendy look to your fall home decor. Tutorial

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Try to make these stuffed farmhouse crochet pumpkins in your choice of yarn color. The end result would be amazing for sure. Tutorial

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Here’s another adorable pumpkin crochet pattern for kicking off the fall season. Tutorial

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Crocheted Jack-o’-Lanterns

These tiny jack-o’-lanterns are ideal for presenting as gifts to loved ones or using to decorate your home for the fall. They can help you create a perfect holiday ambiance.

If you are looking for a fun and simple crochet project, this lil jack-o’-lantern is what you can try to add some spooky decor to your space. Tutorial

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Try this Glow-in-the-Dark Jack-o-lantern this Halloween for a spooky touch. Tutorial

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Spider Web Crochet Patterns

You can adapt the spider web theme if you’re looking for a simple and effortless Halloween crochet pattern.

This spider web trio is easy to make and perfect to add an eerie touch to your Halloween decor. Tutorial

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It is a half-crocheted spider web pattern for the corners of your house. Tutorial

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Want the simplest spider web crochet pattern? Have a look at this knitted spider web. Tutorial

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Decorate your home for Halloween with this dual-toned crochet spiderweb. Tutorial

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Witch Crochet Pattern

These little witch crochet patterns will bring a bit of cute and spooky charm to your home. No matter what pattern you choose, a witch doll would be a perfect addition to your Halloween decor.

Not all witches are evil! Some are as adorable as these crocheted ones. Try to create them by yourself this Halloween. Tutorial

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Add Halloween amigurumi essence to your living room with this small crochet witch. Tutorial

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Here’s another crocheting pattern to create a black and green witch. Tutorial

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Also Read: 30+ Outdoor Halloween Decorations You Can Make Yourself

Crochet Bats

Whether a simple bat or a bat applique, you can create a variety of crocheted bats to add a fun yet eerie touch to your Halloween decor.

It is a cute bat amigurumi pattern that you can make using the desired yarn. Tutorial

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It is a cute bat amigurumi to chase away evil spirits from its fellow humans. Tutorial

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Add some colorful touch to your otherwise black and orange-themed Halloween decor with these vibrant crocheted bats. Tutorial

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This little baby bat is perfect to use as a Halloween pin! There are various ways to create it. Tutorial

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Ghost Crochet Patterns

Here are some ghost crochet patterns for Halloween decor. These are adorable and quite spooky at the same time.

Utilize this free, simple, and fast crochet pattern to create ghost-themed decorations for Halloween. Tutorial

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Meet, Howl! It’s a cute little ghost that you can knit this Halloween for decoration. Tutorial

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This small lovely ghost consists of only one yarn from top to down. The only sewing needed is to attach the orange pumpkin hat. Tutorial

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Make your own Pocket Ghost that glows in the dark with built-in lights. Tutorial

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Here’s another Halloween ghost crochet pattern that looks like it wants to hug you. Tutorial

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Crochet Spider Patterns

You can create one-of-a-kind spiders with crocheting. Plus, you’d have a story to tell everyone about its creation.

You can create these cutie pie-colored spiders with some crochet goodness and your creativity. Tutorial

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Sharlotte The Spider amigurumi pattern is ideal for spider lovers. Tutorial

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This pattern is extremely painless to prepare. Since it takes only a few minutes, you can create an army of crocheted spiders. Tutorial

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This fearsome crochet spider is called Mr. Creeper by its creator. Even you can crochet it at your home for Halloween. Tutorial.

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Scarecrow Crochet Patterns

Give your decoration a cute touch with these incredible crocheted scarecrows. They are perfect to scare your friends if you know the right ways to use them for Halloween decor.

This scarecrow-crocheted doll is sure out for the hunt of evil spirits this Halloween. Create it for your home as well to save your soul. Tutorial

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Crochet this little guy to decorate your house or to accompany kids as they trick-or-treat. Tutorial

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You’ll surely love this cute crochet scarecrow doll designed to match your fall decoration. Tutorial

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Crochet Black Cat

Add a dark touch to your Halloween decor with crochet black cats. they would be a perfect piece to add fun yet scary factor to the All Hallows display scene.

Have a look a this scary but adorable black kitty. Doesn’t it appear to be a perfect addition in your Halloween decor? Tutorial

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Have a look at this crochet black cat with pumpkin and witch hat. You can easily recreate it for your personalized Halloween decor. Tutorial

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How about a cute black fat cat? Maybe you’d like this crochet pattern. If so, here is the Tutorial.

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This crochet black cat takes its cue from a film Kiki’s Delivery Service. This crocheted version needs just a few knitting supplies. Tutorial

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Big Crocheted Pumpkins

These crochet patterns create lovely and lifelike pumpkins and gourds for decoration. They are ideal for use as handmade gifts or as Halloween decor for home.

You can create this lovely amigurumi pumpkin using basic crochet stitches. Making a gourd that is soft and squishy and has a cute smiling face will be fun for you. Tutorial

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Make some giant pumpkins to add to your corner of fall decor. These crochet pumpkins are ideal as decorations for the autumn/fall season. Tutorial

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If you don’t want to create a typical orange crochet pumpkin, try this unique grey pumpkin this fall. Tutorial

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Another unique colored crocheted pumpkin to try this Halloween is this beige one. Tutorial

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Also Read: 100+ DIY Halloween Wreath Ideas for Front Door and Windows

Crochet Granny Squares

These Granny squares with Halloween motifs are simple enough for even beginners to crochet. Just give it a try, you’ll love this craft.

Making this tiny square is quite effortless! You just need grey, black, and white yarn and two black beads for eyes. Tutorial

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This square featuring a pumpkin with a stem needs very little yarn for preparation and very little effort. Tutorial

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This Halloween Eyeball granny square would add an unusual twist to your coffee table for All Hallows Eve. Tutorial

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Crochet Zombie Appliques

Make tiny scary zombies figures using crochet patterns. You’ll have a fun time crafting these little monsters from scratch and also test your skills.

Is there anything more creepy than this zombie doll? It is a perfect companion with other Halloween decor items. Tutorial

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Create this tiny little zombie doll to hang on your window or to make a keychain. Tutorial

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Crochet this ice cream amigurumi toy for your kids or loved ones for trick-or-treating. Tutorial

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These little bean-shaped crocheted zombies have tiny embroidered details and felt brains. Tutorial

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Crochet Skulls & Skeletons

Small flat skulls can be made with crochet patterns for gifting or Halloween decoration. These adorable little skulls are simplistic to make.

We are all aware that the skull is one of the most well-known symbols of Halloween. So, try making it with your crocheting skills. Tutorial

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Give skulls a fun twist with colorful crocheting appliques, as shown in the image below. Tutorial

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This Halloween crochet pattern is great for displaying inside your house to spread eeriness or hanging on a door for greeting trick-or-treaters. Tutorial

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Crochet Witch Hats

You can’t go wrong with these crochet witch hat patterns for Halloween fancy dress events or just some simple trick or treating!

This tiny witch hat is fantastic to add ghoulish charm to walls or front door. Tutorial

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How about a bright, colored witch hat this Halloween? If you are ready for this fun knit pattern, check out this Tutorial.

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Here are some more cute Halloween witch hat crocheting patterns for newbies. Tutorial

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Crochet Halloween Wreaths

For a creative twist, try making crochet Halloween wreaths for the front door or entrance. Further, decorate it with some fall leaves or just it as it is.

Try making this colorful crochet Halloween wreath for front door decor. You won’t have to add any extra decoration pieces, like leaves, to this one. Tutorial

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Create a wreath loaded with skulls in a full circle. It would add a grim vibe to your space. Tutorial

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This one is another simple but fun Halloween wreath with a purple spider and black spider web. Tutorial

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This striped black and white wreath is another cute addition to your Halloween decor. It looks more beautiful with tiny black cat, pumpkins, and witch hat. Tutorial

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The cute tiny gnomes are guaranteed to be a hit on Halloween because these have been all the rage for the past few years. Plus, making these guys will be so much fun that you won’t be able to stop at just one!

A crochet witch gnome can help you decorate your fireplace mantel on Halloween. Give it a try! Tutorial

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You’ll have fun making this gnome ornament with either the same yarn crochet hat, as shown in the image, or any other yarn of your choice. Tutorial

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These amigurumi gnomes are made using half-double crochet in the back loop to form a ribbed texture. Tutorial

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Jack Skellington

One of many people’s favorite animated movies is The Nightmare Before Christmas, featuring Jack as a major character. A skeleton dressed like Jack would be a great Halloween decor idea.

If you love Jack as much as we do, you’d love crocheting this spooky character on All Hallows Eve. Tutorial

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Mix amigurumi and crocheting to create another stunning crocheted doll for Halloween decor. Tutorial

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